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  1. Thanks for your help. I have it working now. There is a problem in the custom WindchillXml reader code (not posted), which wasn't designed to be used by a TreeStore. I replaced the TreeStore config...
  2. I'm trying to setup a tree panel to load child nodes on demand (when a non-leaf node is expanded). I'm using Ext JS 4.2.2-commercial. The children of the root node are loaded correctly, but the...
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    Is there some documentation which discusses this issue? I am having the same problem, but this is the first time I have seen it mentioned. I would like to use some of the more advanced Ext JS...
  4. I have resolved the problem I was having. Here is a working example that shows the same data loaded 4 different ways. The application has 4 tabs, each tab containing a simple grid which can contain a...
  5. Here is a smaller example that shows the problem I am having: 39655. I have a simple grid which can contain a large number of rows. I can get it to load all of the data, but I would like to load the...
  6. pagullo,

    I do appreciate your help. In general DirectJngine is working great for me. I just can't get it to work with a paged (or infinite) grid. Or maybe I can't get (ExtJS) paged grids to work...
  7. I tried that. Instead of passing back a List<Map<String, String>> list object, I passed back a PartialResult<Map<String, String>> object, which looked like this:


    public class PartialResult<T> {...
  8. I am trying to implement a paged grid panel using a directjngine back-end. In the long term, what I'd like to do is create a buffered (infinite) grid, where paging is handled when you scroll...
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    Like n0n3 (who posted on 14-Jul-2012) I am also trying to implement a paged grid panel using a directjngine back-end. Actually, what I'd like to do is create a buffered (infinite) grid, where paging...
  10. I'm using IE 7 on a Windows XP laptop with 3G of memory. We're currently using ExtJS 4.1.0, but we plan to upgrade to 4.1.1 soon.
  11. Thank you for the sound advice. As I said, we're still in development and we plan on moving to an infinite grid approach somewhat later in development. I do like your idea of detecting data set size...
  12. That example does not work with ExtJS 4.1.0 (although it does work with ExtJS 4.0.7). So I guess I will upgrade (soon) and try again. Thank you for the quick answer and complete example.
  13. We did try it briefly earlier in the project, but it disabled client-side column sorting so we backed off from it. It's on the to-do list, but of the 712 data sets we currently need to manage with...
  14. I am not currently using a buffered grid. Our project is still in development, and we are likely to switch to the 'infinite grid' approach in the future.
  15. I'm also interested in a solution for this. I can get the "Stop running this script" window to show up when loading (only) 658 records into a grid (using IE 7 on a Windows XP laptop with 3G of...
  16. I have a tree panel which displays a list of folders and the items which they contain. The folders can be locked or unlocked. Locked folders have a different icon than unlocked folders. They should...
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